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. >> if you have not planter valentine's day celebration yet, there is still hope. >> president obama will roll out his 2012 budget tomorrow, but the political battle is already underway. republicans say the president is not cutting enough, but they are not just fighting him, they are fighting each other about the bottom line. >> president obama is about to unveil his 2012 budget, and it would slash one trillion dollars in spending over a decade. >> the budget asked washington to live within its means, while at the same time investing in our future. >> republicans say investing is just code for spending more, and they will not do it. >> this is not winning the future, this is spending the future. next president is calling for cuts in programs ranging from the forestry service to low- income heating assistance. even cuts to community organizers like he used to be. >> the notion that we can do this painlessly, it is not possible to do it painlessly. >> the cuts are short of what was suggested. >> this president has been punting. >> while republicans by the president over dexter spending
or not he will go to trial. president obama rolls out his 2012 budget tomorrow. the political fighting has already begun. it is set to slash a trillion dollars in spending by living within limits. republicans say that investing is code for spending more. there are cuts in forestry service, low-income heating assistance, even to community organizers like he used to be. >> this budget asks for washington to live within its means. >> this is not winning the future. it is spending the future. >> while republicans fight the president on the new budget plans, they are also fighting within their own party. president obama will be in our area tomorrow. he will visit students tomorrow. he will buy our key priorities in the 2011 budget and the importance of investing in education. when it comes to the economy, a valentine's day falling on a monday it made for a four-day weekend for retailers. they are seeing green cash and lots of it. >> at morton's steak house, they have been shining and cleaning and resetting tables a lot this weekend. falstaff for what has been called a fantastic four-day valenti
took place. >> this evening, president obama spoke about how the u.s. is walking a diplomatic tightrope trying to convince a long allied that he is overstepping. brian mooar has more from washington. >> celebration in relative frost after the new vice president began a dialogue with opposition leaders. president obama is trying to turn up the heat on hosni mubarak without fanning the flames. >> the president wants change. he wants it immediately. he wanted to meaningful and orderly. >> is devoted to know where egypt is headed because it is not clear who is in charge. -- it is difficult to know where egypt is headed. >> they are trying to get the right speed. >> a resolution may drag on for months. here in the states, demonstrators are still speaking out in a way most egyptians cannot. >> we are echoing the horses -- voices of those egyptians. >> plenty of reminders that change is inevitable. senator john kerry, chair of the foreign relations committee, says it will not be as important when mubarak steps down as how. brian mooar, wbal-tv 11 news. >> more coverage on our website, wbaltv.c
to step down until scheduled eelection in november. this morning president obama talked about the tight rope the united states is walking. the story from washington. >> in the streets of cairo, celebration and a sense of relative calm as the country's new vice president began a dialogue with opposition leaders. president obama is trying to turn up the heat on egyptian president has any mubarak without fanning the flamings. >> the president wants change immediately and he wants it to be meaningful and orderly. >> it's difficult to know where egypt is headed because it's not clear who's in charge. >> it's like driving a car and you have one foot on the brake and one on the accelerate and they're trying to get the right speed. >> tool resolution may drag on for months. in the states, demonstrators are speak out the way most egyptians can't. >> we're echoing the voices of people back home. >> in egypt, plenty of reminders that change is inevitable. >> god bless america and i'm happy to be here. >> that's retired american nurse mary thornberry safely back on u.s. soil. she was rescued friday
in 1995. with the economy still fragile, president obama is warning that this could be worse. >> this is a time that everybody is hopeful that we can start growing this economy quicker. >> republicans think that the public is behind them. >> we are not looking for a government shutdown. we are also not looking at robert stamping at these high spending levels. -- rubber stamping these high spending levels. >> today's protests in a wisconsin took place inside of the state house. there are fears that similar action could take place in other cash strapped capitals across the nation. protesters in libya's second- largest city say that they are in control. unconfirmed reports that the demonstrations are spreading to the capital. the son of the leader says that it could plunge the country into civil war. >> reports getting out accuse gadhafi's army of firing larva -- firing live rounds into crowds including at those burying their dead. this is playing out in several places at several days in a row. we spoke to an activist, worried about what an unpredictable gadhafi would do next. >
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